DirtyBeagles Gameboy Pi2 [95% Completed]

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Re: DirtyBeagles Gameboy Pi2 [95% Completed]

Post by dirtybeagles » Thu Jul 21, 2016 6:47 pm

@dominator for the very nice printed stickers. Feel free to check out his store http://retrofresh.uk/
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Re: DirtyBeagles Gameboy Pi2 [95% Completed]

Post by Ganreizu » Thu Jul 21, 2016 7:12 pm

[mention]dominator[/mention] / [mention]dirtybeagles[/mention] Do you put the screen cover above or below the screen protector? (as in, is it adhesive?) A bunch of the super glue i used is visible so i'm curious if i can cover it up with that.

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Re: DirtyBeagles Gameboy Pi2 [95% Completed]

Post by dirtybeagles » Thu Jul 21, 2016 7:46 pm

Ganreizu wrote:[mention]dominator[/mention] / [mention]dirtybeagles[/mention] Do you put the screen cover above or below the screen protector? (as in, is it adhesive?) A bunch of the super glue i used is visible so i'm curious if i can cover it up with that.
The screen covers that I ordered from dominator are on the bottom. I used a product called GOOP because it does not dry white crap all over the place, and if you ever want to replace the screen you can without breaking junk. LINK: https://www.amazon.com/Amazing-All-Purp ... B0000A605I

So yeah, for the protectors, it is on the bottom so all that is on the gameboy is just the screen on top.

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Re: DirtyBeagles Gameboy Pi2 [95% Completed]

Post by Ganreizu » Thu Jul 21, 2016 7:55 pm

dirtybeagles wrote:The screen covers that I ordered from dominator are on the bottom. I used a product called GOOP because it does not dry white crap all over the place, and if you ever want to replace the screen you can without breaking junk. LINK: https://www.amazon.com/Amazing-All-Purp ... B0000A605I

So yeah, for the protectors, it is on the bottom so all that is on the gameboy is just the screen on top.
Thanks, i really should have looked into something like that but i was lazy and just wanted to use what i had on hand.

When i inevitably replace the front of my shell i will order a tube of that stuff.

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Re: DirtyBeagles Gameboy Pi2 [95% Completed]

Post by dirtybeagles » Thu Jul 28, 2016 7:58 am

Looking for some assistance on building a battery like Razor did on his post (http://www.sudomod.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=76).

I purchases the same battery and the same overcharge protection the only difference is that I purchased the batteries with tabs. The Tabs are covered in rubber. I am wanting to know if I just take the rubber off the tabs and then solder them in series + and -?

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Re: DirtyBeagles Gameboy Pi2 [95% Completed]

Post by kakan » Thu Jul 28, 2016 12:46 pm

dirtybeagles wrote:Looking for some assistance on building a battery like Razor did on his post (http://www.sudomod.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=76).

I purchases the same battery and the same overcharge protection the only difference is that I purchased the batteries with tabs. The Tabs are covered in rubber. I am wanting to know if I just take the rubber off the tabs and then solder them in series + and -?

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Yes, those tabs are often used in laptop batteries to solder them together in parallel. You could cut them to the size that fits you.

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